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While MEPs have no direct say on EU foreign policy decisions, they have the power to curb important funding to Turkey.
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We should, as observers, check our emotions and learn to play Trump’s “long game”: evaluate the bigger picture, remembering the advice from “Money Heist”: “If you finally get them a happy ending, you’ll be the country’s hero, but if it ends up in a long string of dead people, we'll all be screwed."
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